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There are seven levels in the game, each with a unique plot, though the setting for four of the levels is a previous level with somewhat altered topography. Each level has a specific character which the player controls. The five characters are Homer Simpson (played twice), Bart Simpson (played twice), Lisa Simpson, Marge Simpson and Apu Nahasapeemapetilon.
The Simpsons Hit & Run is played much like Grand Theft Auto III and its successors; the game uses a sandbox style format with emphasis on driving, and the player controls their character from a third-person view. The player can also perform similar, albeit more benign, acts of violence or destruction. Pedestrians can be attacked, cars can be blown up, and much of the environment can be destroyed in some manner. However, pedestrians can never be killed (merely annoyed), and when other cars are destroyed, their occupants will usually make some sort of humorous retort to lighten the mood.
On foot, the player character can walk, run, and performs several kinds of attacks: a normal kick, a jumping kick, or a smashing move. Buildings require the player to be on foot when entering them, and most missions must usually be started on foot. The player is incapable of dying, though there are several ways to lose coins and a generous supply of hazards that force the player to repeat certain actions if they fail to avoid them.
To drive, the player can either commandeer one of the many civilian vehicles that litter the road or \'call\' for those they have earned using one of the numerous blue phone booths scattered around each level. Civilian cars are typically inferior to those the player can earn. The cars earned by the player have different stats, rated by one to five starts: some are tougher, others are faster, and these stats are typically higher for cars earned in later levels. Cars are earned in several ways: by beating a level, completing the bonus mission in each level, completing the three races in each level, buying them from Gil, or by buying a specialized car from another character. Every car can be damaged and eventually destroyed, but numerous floating wrenches in each level will automatically restore the vehicle to pristine condition. Destroyed cars can be repaired for ten coins by the phone booths.
Like Grand Theft Auto III, The Simpsons Hit & Run has a warning meter to indicate when the police will retaliate for bad behavior. Located in the bottom-left corner of the screen, the circular \'Hit and Run\' meter will fill when the player runs people over or destroys things, and likewise decrease when they cease doing so. When filled, several respawning police cars are summoned to chase the player down for the duration of the \'Hit and Run\'. While being chased, the Hit and Run meter will deplete twice as fast, aiding in losing the police. Should the police cars manage to stay within an invisible proximity field for a certain period of time, the player will be fined fifty coins.
In each level there are numerous items the player can collect. The primary item is coins, which are essential to buying new cars, which in turn are required to progress in the game. Coins can also be used to purchase costumes, some of which are also required for missions. There are also secrets the player locate, such as Wasp cameras or Itchy and Scratchy cards. By collecting all 47 of the latter, seven in each level, the player can unlock a special Itchy and Scratchy episode